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TMS Battles Gallatin

The Trenton Middle School basketball teams split games against Gallatin Thursday night, winning both boys’ contests, but falling in the girls’ games. Trenton fell 36-20 in the A girls’ match-up and 16-11 in the girls’ B game. The Trenton A boys scored a 26-15 win, however and the Trenton B boys topped Gallatin’s second squad 15-11.
For the girls, Maci Moore led the A team with 17 points and Bailey

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Area Hoops Scoreboard 12-8-16

Green City Girls 51, Grundy R-5 Girls 43
The Grundy R-5 girls ran out to a 31-20 halftime lead Thursday night, but couldn’t close the deal as the Lady Gophers rallied to take the win in Galt.
Matana Munday led the Lady Panthers (1-3) with 17 points and 11 rebounds. Jandie Peterson added 11 points and Zoe Littleton and Mady Williams had nine and six rebounds respectively. Brooke Littrell had

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Lexington pitcher Coming To NCMC

Photo Courtesy Of NCMC Lexington’s Alex Miller posed with North Central Missouri College Head softball Coach Steve Richman after signing a national letter of intent to join the Pirates’ program.

Photo Courtesy Of NCMC
Lexington’s Alex Miller posed with North Central Missouri College Head softball Coach Steve Richman after signing a national letter of intent to join the Pirates’ program.

North Central Missouri College’s softball program has landed another pitcher. Alex Miller of Lexington became North Central’s latest recruit, signing a nation letter of intent to join the Pirates’ program.
Miller has earned All-Missouri River Valley Conference – East honors

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MAJOR MOMENT

Finley’s Three With 8.1 Seconds Left Lifts Pirates Over No. 19 Johnson County

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold North Central’s Major Finley drives past a Johnson County defender during the Pirates’ 85-83 victory on Wednesday night at the Ketcham Community Center. Finley had 14 points, including a three-pointer with 8.1 seconds remaining that proved to be the game-winner.

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North Central’s Major Finley drives past a Johnson County defender during the Pirates’ 85-83 victory on Wednesday night at the Ketcham Community Center. Finley had 14 points, including a three-pointer with 8.1 seconds remaining that proved to be the game-winner.

As the North Central Missouri College men’s basketball team’s match-up with Johnson County wound

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Area Hoops Scoreboard 12-6-16

(From Tuesday)
Mercer Girls 73, Green City Girls 41

The Mercer girls picked up yet another win on Tuesday night, hosting and defeating visiting Green City. Mercer used a 21-6 first-quarter run to set the tone and outscored the Gophers in all four frames.
Bailey Owens led Mercer (3-0) with 34 points, seven rebounds, four assists, three blocks and two steals. Lindsay Wyatt had 15 points, six assists and three

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Seven Bulldogs Named All-District

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton had seven players make the Class 2 All-Northwest District football team, selected by the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association. Those selected included, from left, front row, offensive lineman Jadan Whitney, fullback Austin Burkeybile, all-purpose player Lathan Croy; back row, defensive lineman Mason Owen, defensive lineman Cole Schilling, linebacker Connor Cotton and defensive back Colton Colston.

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold
Trenton had seven players make the Class 2 All-Northwest District football team, selected by the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association. Those selected included, from left, front row, offensive lineman Jadan Whitney, fullback Austin Burkeybile, all-purpose player Lathan Croy; back row, defensive lineman Mason Owen, defensive lineman Cole Schilling, linebacker Connor Cotton and defensive back Colton Colston.

The Trenton Bulldogs captured seven football wins in 2016 and today

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HIGH FIVE

Trenton Girls Top Marceline 51-33 For Fifth-Straight Win To Open Season

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan Taylor Richman puts up a shot during Trenton’s 51-33 win in Marceline on Tuesday night, the Bulldogs’ fifth in a row. Richman had two points, six rebounds and four assists.

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan
Taylor Richman puts up a shot during Trenton’s 51-33 win in Marceline on Tuesday night, the Bulldogs’ fifth in a row. Richman had two points, six rebounds and four assists.

The Trenton High School girls’ basketball team cleared the first of two high hurdles this week, picking up a 51-33 road win in Marceline Tuesday night.

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Cold Shooting Dooms Trenton Boys In Marceline

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan Spencer Harris drops in two of his 13 points during the Trenton boys’ 65-40 loss on the road in Marceline on Tuesday night. Harris also added four rebounds for Trenton.

R-T Photo/Angela Dugan
Spencer Harris drops in two of his 13 points during the Trenton boys’ 65-40 loss on the road in Marceline on Tuesday night. Harris also added four rebounds for Trenton.

“If you can’t score, you can’t win.”
Trenton Head Coach Jeremy Austin’s words summed up the Bulldogs’ trip to Marceline on Tuesday night painfully well. On a night when Trenton couldn’t buy a basket, Marceline took advantage

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Short-Handed Wrestlers Top South Harrison, Fall To Gallatin

Trenton went to battle without two of its heaviest hitters and the results showed as the Bulldogs went 1-1 at a triangular in Gallatin with South Harrison.
With Drew Rorebeck and Mason Owen out of the lineup, Trenton scored a 42-38 victory over South Harrison before falling 51-28 to Gallatin.
Trenton got six wins by forfeit against South Harrison, propelling the Bulldogs to victory. On the mat, however, Trenton won

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